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Q. HOW CAN I RENEW MY SUBSCRIPTION?
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Q. HOW CAN I CANCEL MY SUBSCRIPTION?
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Q. HOW DO I REPORT A DAMAGED ISSUE?
A: If your issue frequently arrives damaged and your mailbox is sufficiently sized, then check with the post office to see if the magazine arrives in good condition. If it does not, then please contact us by e-mail.
If this is an isolated event, you can report a damaged issue by emailing us, and we will issue a replacement, supplies permitting, or extend your subscription by an issue.
Q. HOW DO I REPORT A DAMAGED FLEXI DISC?
A: You can report a damaged issue by emailing us, and we will issue a replacement, supplies permitting.
Q: I THINK MY SUBSCRIPTION COPY IS LATE… WHAT SHOULD I DO?
A. The first issue of your subscription is mailed to you within six to eight weeks of order receipt. Thereafter, you should receive each issue by a week prior to the cover date (for example, your May issue should arrive by the last week in April).
If an issue is missing or over two weeks late – due to error or postal delivery problems – email us and we will try to replace the missing issue, supplies permitting, or extend your subscription by an issue.
If there is ever a problem with your Decibel subscription, please inform us by email immediately. Please be as specific as possible (“I never got my copy of issue #100” instead of “I never got my last issue”).
Q. WHAT IF I HAVE OTHER QUESTIONS?
A. Decibel welcomes all reader inquiries and comments. If you have suggestions about articles or features you’ve seen in Decibel, email us.